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This building currently houses university administrative offices, the registrar, financial aid, academic records, and the admissions office.
Our leaders are committed to upholding a legacy of over 110 years of excellence in higher education.
OPSU makes every effort to make higher education affordable to all students.
The Bursar Office bills and collects tuition, fees, campus housing, and bookstore charges.
This office assists students with their application process and maintains the Academic Records for all OPSU students.
The Admissions Office is the first point of contact for a prospective student.
The campus clock tower was built in 1990 and is known as the Imeta O’Neal Dent Memorial Bell Tower.
Designed to honor those who first made the panhandle their home, The Sower serves as a reminder of the pioneering spirit that built Panhandle State.
The Student Union is the central hub of our campus, housing a wide variety of student and campus services.
The University maintains a nurse-run Student Health Clinic, available for all OPSU students.
Student Affairs is your starting point to experience the full effect of what it means to be #WeArePanhandle.
OPSU offers two traditional dormitory buildings, apartment suites, annex units, and married student housing.
Get all of your favorite Aggie gear inside the Aggie Fan Store located on campus, or shop online!
The Panhandle State Association of Alumni and Friends supports Panhandle State and provides a way for students, alumni, and friends to be engaged and connected to Panhandle.
The Noble Activity Center houses basketball and volleyball courts, an indoor walking/running track, a full size heated saltwater pool, racquetball courts, and fitness equipment.
Your resource for computer access, printing, scanning, reading material, audio-visual material, and music.
Located in the McKee Library, the Academic Resource Center provides academic support to all students enrolled at OPSU.
El Centro provides access to academic advising, specialized financial literacy, tutoring, study space, leadership, professional development workshops and a device loan program.
Explore programs leading toward the Bachelor of Science degree in Agribusiness, Agriculture Education, Agronomy, Animal Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Mathematics, and Nursing.
Arts and Education encompasses history, language, sociology, art, music, English, political science, humanities, psychology, anthropology, religion, theatre, criminal justice, and communication.
Business & Technology offers five degrees: Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Industrial Technology, and Technology with various options in each degree.
Oklahoma Panhandle State University competes in 18 intercollegiate sports as members of the IHSA, NIRA, and NAIA Sooner Athletic Conference.
Opportunities for participation in a variety of extracurricular activities are offered to OPSU students through campus organizations.
The Academic Resource Center and El Centro provide peer tutoring as well as online tutoring through tutor.com at no expense to the student. Both of these resources can be utilized for writing help as well as for help with most other courses in a way that meets the needs of each individual student.
Tutoring is offered in 4 different languages (French, Portuguese, Spanish and English).
The average class size is 16 students.
Research suggests that students spend around 3 hours of study time for each credit hour.
FAFSA should be completed as soon as possible after October 1st for the following fall semester.
There are $5 million dollars in scholarships awarded every year. Those include academic, athletic, foundation and Oklahoma State Regent scholarships. For more information, visit our Scholarships page.
We have many clubs and student organizations on campus for you to become an active member. Below is a list of some of the organizations currently at OPSU. For more information, explore Campus Organizations.
The University has a police station on campus, manned by Chief Andy Ramirez, who provide a 24/7 presence on our campus with additional nightly patrols.
For more information visit our Safety & Security page.
Incoming freshman are not required to live on campus, but we highly recommend it to get the freshman experience.
For more information, visit our Housing page.
Currently, about 1/3 of OPSU students live on-campus.
After asking people across the OPSU campus, these are the ideas about the University strengths that were most prevalent: